Indulge your morbid fascination with technology-related global catastrophes when the Museum of Interesting Things, a roving curio collection, revisits the Cold War. Watch a collection of films, ranging from original footage of D-Day and the Bikini Atoll atomic-bomb experiments to “Our Friend the Atom,” Walt Disney’s 1957 propaganda piece for nuclear energy, and the 1972 film version of The Lorax, Dr. Seuss’s fable about the threat of corporate greed to the environment. If you’d rather stay on the lighter side, try on an original NASA jumpsuit or toy with a 1950s nuclear-energy kit. 177 Prince St between Sullivan and Thompson Sts. Subway: N, R to Prince St; 1 to Houston St.